2016 Featured Businesses
Chase County Community FundChase County Community Fund
Chase County CourthouseChase County Courthouse
Hours: Guided tours weekdays by appointment, 1-4 pm. Call the Chase County Chamber at 620-273-8469 to schedule a tour.
The Chase County Courthouse is the oldest courthouse in the Midwest still in daily use. Completed in 1873, the Courthouse is built from native limestone that was quarried and hand-cut in the Flint Hills. The limestone blocks were then brought to the Courthouse by horse-drawn wagons; some stones weighed nearly seven tons. Over 140 years later, the Courthouse is unmatched in durability and design, and remains a living tribute to its builders and the Flint Hills pioneers.
Highlights include a three-story black walnut spiral staircase, a working courtroom with embossed tin ceiling, jury room and judge’s chamber, and the unique solidly built jail with steel door.
Chase County Health DepartmentChase County Health Department
The mission of public health is to provide primary care and prevention services for Chase County residents.
Chase County Health Department provides information on health insurance, affordable health care, public health, human services, women, children and family health services and issues.
Chase County Historical Museum & LibraryChase County Historical Museum & Library
Hours: 10 am to 3 pm Tuesdays through Saturdays
Admission: $3 for Adults, $1 for students. Society Members, local USD 284 students and children 5 and under are free. We are a participating Blue Star Museum which grants free admission to active military personnel and their family. Donations are gratefully accepted. Tours are available and may be scheduled if there are 10 or more in your group.
The Chase County Historical Museum, housed in two native limestone buildings at the intersection of Broadway and Friend Streets, has a wide collection of artifacts ranging from the mid-19th century up to the present. Our emphasis is on all things Chase County. Browse two-stories of exhibits at the Chase County Historical Museum, including a schoolroom, military room, dentist’s office, cowboy memorabilia and Victorian artifacts.
The museum has a permanent Knute Rockne exhibit, with artifacts and original pictures from the site of his plane crash in Chase County, Kansas. Knute Rockne, regarded as one the greatest football coaches in American History, and seven other people were killed in the accident. A 1932 Rockne Studebaker was recently added to the museum. Other pictures, data and newspaper accounts of that tragic day are available in the library. Every five years on the anniversary of his death, March 31, 1931, students and alumni from ND make pilgrimage to Chase County for a memorial service at the crash site. Tours to the Rockne crash site can be arranged with advanced notice.
The museum building was built in 1882 from native stone and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The building was originally Chase County National Bank.
Chase County Senior Center and General Public TransportationChase County Senior Center and General Public Transportation
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm
Meals at the center as well as delivered to home, Monday through Friday for lunch are made fresh daily. You can also request frozen and shelf life meals for evenings and weekends. Reservations required. Please call by 9:30 am the day of or before to request your meal.
Fun and games throughout the month, including music, medical days, church days, exercise programs twice weekly, Bingo on Friday, covered day monthly, Wheel of Fortune monthly, birthday party monthly, activities that go along with each month, lots of trivia, etc.
Citizens State BankCitizens State Bank
“During the last century, many things in the banking world have changed, but the values on which Citizens State Bank was built remain the same. We are a full service financial institution, organized and operated to meet the financial needs of individuals, businesses, and organizations. Our goal is to thoroughly know our customers and provide outstanding customer service.”
Hours: M-F 8am-5pm; Sat. 8am-12pm
Clover Cliff Bed and BreakfastClover Cliff Bed and Breakfast
A 19th century later-Victorian, empire-style home set on a working ranch. The bedrooms of this elegant two-story home are furnished with authentic period furniture and overlook an expanse of the rolling hills that have made the Flint Hills famous. Hearty breakfast included. Accommodations can also be made in The Bunk House or The Gables cottage on the Clover Cliff Ranch.
Community Clothes ClosetCommunity Clothes Closet
Hours: Wednesday 2-4 pm, Saturday 10 am – noon
The Community Clothes Closet is run by the Presbyterian Church Women and offers donated clothing, shoes, accessories and a variety of household items.
Cottonwood Falls Collectables & AntiquesCottonwood Falls Collectables & Antiques
Cottonwood Falls Collectables is a mother-daughter vintage shop in beautiful, Downtown Cottonwood Falls. Our charmingly organized shop features unusual vintage collectables, antique furniture, salvage, artist made jewelry, Flint Hills photography, repurposed, and handmade items. All lovingly curated and created by Sandy and Sarah.
January-March: Friday & Saturday
April-December: Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Cottonwood Falls Country ClubCottonwood Falls Country Club
The 9-hole “Cottonwood Falls” course at the Cottonwood Falls Country Club facility in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas features all the hallmarks of Kansas golf. Cottonwood Falls golf course opened in 1930. Tom Bell manages the course as the Secretary/Treasurer.
Come play this field of dreams (with sand greens)
Course only costs $5, not $40 (that is the annual membership!)Fairways are closely mown native grasses, “greens” are sand and are raked after the hole is played. If you’ve never played sand greens, you are really missing something.
Read more at http://www.golflink.com/golf-courses/city.aspx?dest=Cottonwood+Falls+KS
Cottonwood Falls United Methodist ChurchCottonwood Falls United Methodist Church
Our vision is “that all may come to know Jesus Christ as savor & lord, and may become disciples through prayer, worship, fellowship, witness and service.”
Cottonwood Valley BankCottonwood Valley Bank
Lost Check Card Hotline 800-383-8000 (24hrs a day – Shazam Mastercard)
Cottonwood Falls – 200 Broadway
PO Box 587
Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845
Phone: (620) 273-6792
Florence – 417 Main Street
PO Box 38
Florence, KS 66851
Phone: (620) 878-4421
Lincolnville – 220 W Main Street
PO Box 185
Lincolnville, KS 66858
Phone: (620) 924-5221
CVB Charter Location
1 Main Street – PO Box 67
Cedar Point, KS 66843
24 Hour Tele Bank – 866-878-4455